“Hondros” documentary screening
Join us for a special screening of "Hondros," a documentary that follows the life and career of NC State English alum and famous war photographer Chris Hondros. Hondros was killed in Libya in 2011; his lasting impact will be felt for decades.
Animal Ethics and Contemporary Politics
The first Tom Regan Lecture will be given at NC State by Carol J. Adams, who will speak on “Animal Ethics and Contemporary Politics.”
World Philosophy Day Lecture: Loving Nature
Dale Jamieson, Professor of Philosophy and Environmental Studies at New York University, will present the 2017 NC State World Philosophy Day Lecture. He will speak on "Loving Nature."
2017 NC State Fiction Contest Awards, with Guest Judge Tania James
Tania James, judge of the 2017 NC State Fiction Contest and an acclaimed novelist and short story writer, will read from her work and recognize contest winners. The public is warmly invited to join us.
Liberty in Peril: Threats to Free Speech on Campus
"Liberty in Peril: Threats to Free Speech on Campus," a talk by Robert Shibley, Executive Director, Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, presented in celebration of the Bill of Rights by the School of Public and International Affairs.
“Is The Worst Over In Iraq?” with Michael Rubin, American Enterprise Institute
Terrorism, violence and ISIS occupation have soured many Americans on Iraq and its potential for success. Fourteen years after US forces invaded Iraq and ousted Saddam Hussein, there is reason to be optimistic that Iraq really has turned the corner.
Notebook of Last Things: A Poetry Reading by Jon Thompson
NC State English Prof Jon Thompson reads from his forthcoming collection of poetry, "Notebook of Last Things."
Homecoming Porch Party
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is teaming up with friends across campus to host the Homecoming Porch Party. Join us on Friday, Nov. 3 at 4:00 pm on the steps of Nelson Hall for food, fun and parade watching!
Public Reading: Poet Joseph Millar
Joseph Millar, poet and NC State MFA in Creative Writing faculty member, will read from his work at this public event hosted as part of the NC State Literary Readings Series.
Public Reading by Author John Kessel
John Kessel, professor of English and author of The Moon and the Other (2017) reads from his work at this event co-hosted by NC State's MFA in Creative Writing Program and the NC State Bookstores. Open to the public.